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Newly Adopted Hazardous Materials Plan for Kay County LEPC

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The Kay County Local Emergency Planning Committee is an association of members from the towns of Blackwell, Braman, Kaw City, Newkirk, Ponca City, & Tonkawa. The mission of the Kay County-LEPC is to protect the people, property, and natural resources within its jurisdiction from the potential effects of emergencies involving hazardous materials.

The purposes of the Kay County-LEPC are:

  • To improve the ability of the local governments, volunteer organizations, institutions, and general public within its jurisdiction to prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies involving hazardous materials.
  • To support the governments of the six member towns and the businesses in each of the towns in following rules and regulations relating to hazardous material emergency preparedness.
  • To improve coordination among the six towns, surrounding towns, and State and Federal organizations in planning for, training for, and responding to emergencies involving hazardous materials.
  • To provide the general public in the six communities with information concerning the use of and incidents related to hazardous materials and plans for responding to hazardous material emergencies.

Membership in the Kay County-LEPC is free and open to anyone living or working in one of the six communities (Blackwell, Braman, Kaw City, Newkirk, Ponca City, & Tonkawa) including local government officials, businesses, and private citizens. General meetings of the Kay County-LEPC are held every month on the third Wednesday at 11:30pm and are open to the public. The location of the meeting is the Pioneer Technology Center in Room D112 of the Business & Industry Building in Ponca City, OK. (There is no meeting held during the month of December).

For more information about the Kay County-LEPC, please contact your local LEPC chairman.



Please take time and view the Shelter In Place (SIP) Video

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If you & your family are notified to:

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Incident Management Reference Sheet

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